24 April 2013
Last updated at 01:20 ET
Frances Menter, from Dundee, watched St Andrews University polo club on West Sands in the town. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
The sign warned of a high risk of avalanches by Loch Muick, Aberdeenshire. William Wallace, from Westhill, was there on 15 April.
James Campbell Andrew, from Prestonpans, spotted this parasurfer offshore at Longniddry Bents, East Lothian.
A sandstorm blew across the Banff to Fraserburgh road. Lucy Walls said it: "looks more like the US Midwest dust bowl than The Broch."
The view form McCaig's Tower in Oban. Paul Thompson and family, from Manchester, were on a two-week tour of south west Scotland.
Bert Timmermans and family moved to Aberdeen earlier this year. His mother visited from Belgium last week, when Corgarff Castle was closed to visitors.
A newly cut Douglas Fir in Inverfarigaig. Iain Kesson, from Inverness, was there with his mum on Sunday afternoon.
Richard Teed from Alva, Clackmannanshire, and son Corrie thought the tractor driver deserved top marks for his ploughing in Wormit.
Bostadh Beach, on Great Bernera, may look like the Carribean but Terry Harvey and family, who were on holiday, assured us the temperature reminded them that it was indeed the Isle of Lewis.
Joanna and Sarah on Uist. Dad Al Monkman accompanied them while mum Sandy was at work in Moray.
The colour and symmetry of the trains and buses in Edinburgh caught the attention of Alistair Stevenson from Lockerbie.
Angular rock formations on the Isle of Vatersay reminded Iain Smith and son Lewis, from Laurencekirk, of the statues on Easter Island.
Eilidh enjoyed a family trip to Sanna Sands in Ardnamurchan for her gran's 60th birthday. Aunt Oonagh Collins sent in the picture.